In the round-up: Rosenqvist focused on IndyCar amid McLaren uncertainty • Aston Martin “better on Saturdays” – Krack • Verstappen’s physio had to Google him
Formula 1 is exploring ways to use the facility it is building to host next year’s Las Vegas Grand Prix for other activities during the year.
In the round-up: 2023 calendar could hit 24 race cap • Bird to miss Formule E finale with broken hand • FRAC adds Kuwait to 2023 schedule
Formula 1 reported its fourth consecutive quarter of profit as the series’ revenues continue to recover following the pandemic.
Williams has signed Alexander Albon to a new multi-year deal just half a year into his return. He told RaceFans how he’s learned to be “more selfish” since losing his Red Bull drive.
Formula 1 drivers have already expressed disappointment over the widely-expected loss of the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.
Radio messages between Charles Leclerc and Ferrari in Hungary show the team realised the hard tyres weren’t competitive but felt they had to use them.
In the round-up: Ferrari reserve Schumacher eager for chance • New deal for VeeKay • Rosenqvist ‘does not have 2023 McLaren contract’
After a couple of heavy crashes Mick Schumacher finally delivered his first points finishes. How does he assess his second season so far? RaceFans sat down with the Haas driver.
Charles Leclerc had a 46-point lead over Max Verstappen 10 races ago. He now trails him by 80 points. How has it all gone so badly wrong for Ferrari?
Only a small fraction of the 1,070 world championship races have been won from a double-digit starting position. Max Verstappen achieved the latest last weekend.
In the round-up: Rossi keeps Indianapolis win after car ballast violation • Indy Lights temporarily loses a team • McLaren’s Ugochukwu to race for Prema in Germany
Williams has extended its contract with Alexander Albon who will remain at the team in 2023 as part of a new, multi-year deal.
Daniel Ricciardo is eagerly anticipating the month-long break between the Hungarian and Belgian grands prix after a disappointing start to his second season at McLaren.
Pierre Gasly had a lengthy discussion with Formula 1’s race directors in Hungary about track limits policing after his qualifying was ruined by a deleted lap
Alpine are standing by their claim Oscar Piastri will race for them next year despite his denial. Has the reigning F2 champion put his F1 future at risk?
In the round-up: Perez rues VSC after falling short of podium places in Hungary • Haas “couldn’t switch on” hard tyre • F1 calendar too long for me to get a dog – Gasly
Oscar Piastri has issued a statement denying he will make his Formula 1 debut for Alpine next year, hours after the team announced he would.
Oscar Piastri will make his debut as a Formula 1 driver in 2023, Alpine has confirmed, taking the seat vacated by Fernando Alonso.
Lewis Hamilton has joined an ownership group behind a $4.65 billion takeover of the Denver Broncos American Football team.